Credit: The Wall Street Journal |
19 August 2012 ~~
How ironic that the Cape Wind green-energy project was pitched as a way to lower energy costs in Massachusetts (“Cape Cod Wind Farm Tiptoes Ahead,” U.S. News, Aug. 11). My electric bill will increase a mere 2.2% per month, and that is an estimate.
Given the state’s track record of making estimates, like the Big Dig, my fellow Massachusetts residents and I know the real deal: The increase is going to be much, much bigger.
Dan A. Miller
The Wall Street Journal |
19 August 2012
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